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The little plastic cover on my print cover is broken

This is the one that has rigid teeth to be able to tear the paper

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Paper jam unable to print print 73 error how to solve it

I have same problem, the message make me wonder. I am very sure there is no paper tears in the printer. But then i have the answer from internet. I hope this answer can solve your problem too.
First shutdown your printer and open printer cover and find something like ribbon plastic transparant. becareful,clean that gently use wipe tissue or alcohol tissue. dont touch with your finger. hopefully it can solve your problem.

Oct 03, 2016 | Brother DCP-J315W Inkjet Multifunction...

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Paper jam???

Follow these steps :
Remove all paper from the trays. This will prevent further jams during the clearing.
Remove the covering to the printer's outer case to expose the jam. Locate the jammed paper to ensure there is not another problem causing the stall.
Pull gently on the jammed paper, taking care not to tear it. In most cases, this will remove the jam.
Press the flashing "Printer Jam" button. This will allow the rotors to turn and facilitate the release of the jam.
Turn off the printer and firmly pull on the jammed paper. Be careful not to tear it.
Remove remaining paper shreds. if a tear occurs, remove any residual paper that may hamper printing.
Refill the paper tray and try printing again. If the jam persists, repeat the process and search for more paper.

Oct 29, 2010 | Canon ImageClass D861 Printer

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My CP510 printer is only printing half the image

My canon cp510 photo printer printed only half of the photo (only the left part if you look to printer whith papercartridge towards you)
I repaired:
Put cp510 upside down
Open box by 4 little screws philips and three bigger. turn upside again and wathc out for little screws
Get off the plastic box, topside, and i found:
(when you have the printer like "normal"i mean with entrance for paper cartridge towards yourselves )
I find from left to right a metal axle of about 5 mm diameter. on right end i found a white plastic thing whcih puts down the printing head/ink foil casette. It was broken arond the axle, it was torn due to pressing so often., I suppose.
Dutch official Canon repair shop said i could not get a spare one as they could not order spare parts, they expected.
Anyway. i reparied it myself with super glue:
To get iron axle free, in order to get broken plastic "pusher" off, I first unscrewed to bigger screws in the metal plate on left side and also the very litltle screw on front side (on/off switch. This all to give space to axle when i want to lift it up on right side.
I got off also bottom plastic house, then you keep iron house , on right corner on front side the metal side is screwed to a metal bar with a very little phillips screw (1,8 mm screwdriver). It is very fixed, so you have to push very well on screwdriver, and i got screw free. then i pulled teh right wall on topside a bit so that i could just get out teh iron axle from that right side wall an lifted it up and pulled off plastic broken/teared part.
With thin paper i cleaned the tear (from any fat/oil form machine) and put some superglue on it, put it back on axle and i had allready some little clamps ready to pressure on plastic part.
Please note the axle is not round at the end, but there is a space to be able to push the plastic part down. So look well that you put plastic part on axle back in some position.
Of course you can make photo's during repair in order not to forget how it was together..
The immediately. put presses or clamps on teh plastic for the necessary pressure (I used little, but strong clothes pins ).
after a day of drying. i put togetehr machine an d it worked again. allraeady 10 photos upto now. hope it will work for several years agian !.
note: afterwards, i read, i schould have used special super glue for plastics.
Have success.

Oct 14, 2010 | Canon Selphy CP510 Thermal Photo Printer

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The pages have a very dark background and it is in the pattern of wide stripes

Open rear cover and check gray plastic film not torn or broken. If film broken printer requires the fuser replaced. This is not a user replaceable item as its quite a tear down to reach the fuser.

Image defects may also be caused by toner cartridge. Check toner cartridge for background issues. To do this print the printer's demo page and open door when paper is half in the printer. Remove the paper jam and check unfused image for defects. If defects occurs then replace toner.

Mar 29, 2010 | HP LaserJet 3330 All-In-One Printer

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During startup the drive belt slips and gives an error

Open the printer's door and look for the print carriage. It's the platform that moves back and forth over the paper, probably where you put new cartridges. Unplug the printer, and check this belt and its pulleys to see if it's either broken or possibly covered in ink. The drive belt will be black and have gear teeth on it. If you see a metal or plastic ribbon, that's more likely the encoder that let's the printer's computer read the position of the carriage. See if you can nudge the carriage and make it move a little; it may simply be jammed. Check the carriage's moving path and make sure it's not obstructed. Any other problems would probably best be handled by Epson.

Feb 27, 2010 | Epson Stylus R380 InkJet Photo Printer

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Paper keeps ripping on the side on normal one sided printing. Duoble sided printing paper just rips up and jams.

sounds like some tron parper was stuck inside and has contributed to more paper tearing. First check for any paper jams, and check inside for and broken or damages items, causing paper to tear.

Nov 27, 2009 | HP Officejet Pro K8600dn - - colour -...

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Printer problem

even a very small piece of paper (A small piece torn off a jammed sheet) can cause the sensor arm to stick in place giving a false paper jam. Double check the entire paper path (what is visible) using a flashlight.
Also, check for broken "flag" sensors. Basically a flag sensor is a small piece of plastic that is pushed out of the way when the paper is traveling through the unit. If one of these flags is broken it may display a paper jam error as well (The flag after paper travels through will drop back into the paper path.) If this is broken it will not trigger the sensor and thus the error condition exists..
Most likely you have a small piece of paper stuck inside the paper path somewhere.
Do not, I repeat do not use any sharp or pointed metal objects to remove any small paper from within the fuser unit, the fuser covers are very delicate and such poking and prodding will likely damage the fuser covers, causing bad print quality or drastically decrease the fuser life (a small tear will quickly render the fuser useless).
Hope this helps!

Aug 31, 2009 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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Lexmark W820 jamming at fuser? I have replaced the fuser and the pickup rollers in tray 1 and 2, the paper diverter in the output assembly because sometimes the paper would get caught in the teeth after...


Check to make sure that sensor is plugged in good at the sensor end and the logic board end. The printer uses that sensor to tell it that the paper has exited the fuser correctly, if it does not get a signal within a certain time frame it will give a paper jam error and stop printing. The sensor itself may be broken or the little plastic piece that you can see that is called a flag may be jammed so that it does not move to show paper movement. How far does the flag stick out? It should be about 1/8 inch out in the paper path, if less than that the flag is broken off and will need to be replaced. I hope this helps. If you need more info let me know. If this solves your issue than please rate my solution.

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Jun 17, 2009 | Lexmark W820 Laser Printer

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Brother HL-2070N red "paper" light flashes after a paper jam
Try this
[LED Indication]

The Paper LED is flashing.

Meaning of LED Indication
Front cover is open:
Close the front cover of the printer.

Back cover is open:
Close the back cover of the printer.

Paper jam:
Clear the paper jam. To see paper jams and how to clear them, click here. If the printer does not start printing, press the Go button.

No paper fed manual feed slot:
Put the paper back in the manual feed slot.

Memory full:
The printer memory is full and the printer cannot print full pages of a document.

Print overrun:
A print overrun occurred and the printer cannot print full pages of a document.

Clean drum unit:
The corona wire needs to be cleaned.

Oleg Andrukh IT Specialist 215 364 3774

Jan 23, 2009 | Brother HL-2070N Laser Printer

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Can you advise me as to what the problem is with my NEC Superscript 1800

I have had a duplexing 1800 for some years during which all went well until about 6 months ago, when I could no longer duplex, having .received the message "duplex paper jam." Being a nosey engineer, I looked into the back and found a small, delicate plastic "finger" lying thereabout. Upon further nosing, including removal of a metal cover, I found the plastic device, off of which I was able to establish that the finger was broken. More recently, in attempting to establish a glue-on replacement to the broken finger, I demolished the item of which it was originally a part. Now, as an engineer for 55 years, I have come to look for the cause from which the effect derives; i.e., how come the plastic
finger broke off of the plastic part, and what was the role of the plastic part in allowing duplex printing or blocking it. After many blinding reflections, I came to the conclusion that the broken-off finger extended into the paper path for duplex printing and, from proper paper movement, signalled the printer control to allow backside printing of that sheet of paper. Absent the broken-off finger and the enabling signal, the printer stopped and produced the "duplex paper jam" message. I have not sought to locate and define other such "plastic finger" paper-sensing devices through which the printer's control monitors paper routing for one-side printing and for duplex printing. Suffice it to say that, in my bailing wire approach to fixing things, I apparently have further limited my printer to no printing at all and am facing its replacement. Anyone want a crippled NEC 1800? It is yours for the shipping and handling costs, and I will throw in my remaining inventory of powder-ink cartridges.

Dec 18, 2007 | NEC SuperScript 1800 Laser Printer

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